Police Leadership Poster featuring a popular LEADERSHIP quote.  Hang this Police Motivation Poster in any high traffic area and let it motivate and inspire. Subscribe To Our NewsletterJoin our mailing list to receive offers and giveaways reserved just for our subscribers! There is no doubt that women face gender based stereotypes and prejudice, however as time goes on these barriers are lessening. Women have been successful at navigating their way through the gender stereotypes, prejudice and discrimination present in the business world taking executive leadership roles at major corporations. Women are also taking positions in the traditionally male dominated world of emergency services as gender stereotypes and prejudice diminish. Many of these women can be defined as servant leaders as they meet several characteristics of servant leadership.
As women move into more traditionally male dominated roles, whether it be in business or other areas, the stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination women currently face will diminish. As a woman, it’s great to see the information you included about the firms in the defense industries having females in executive positions. It’s interesting to me that all posts saying that men are equal to women are written by men. Neither the service provider nor the domain owner maintain any relationship with the advertisers. Perfect for any Police Department, Police Officer, or anyone wanting to become a Police Officer.  This Police Poster is 24X18 and is unframed.

Northouse (2013) describes the maze of barriers, stereotypes, and prejudice as the Leadership Labyrinth. General Ann Dunwoody was promoted to 4 Star General in 2008 commanding 133,000 military and civilian personnel, however until recently women have not been allowed to fill combat positions (Army general is nation’s first, 2008).
Women who are willing to break the barrier and enter a male dominated industry are slowly decreasing the perception people have on the female gender. But as mentioned in our commentary,(PSU, L13) they feel like they have to prove themselves(higher standard of performance) and work twice as hard as a man would in the same position just to receive the same respect. If this were true, then female military members would be treated the same as their male counterparts. We do have role models that our mothers did not, and we do face less of the stereotypes and biases that our mothers did, but I don’t think we will be equal to men in my life time. In case of trademark issues please contact the domain owner directly (contact information can be found in whois). Linda Hudson chief executive of BAE Systems, Marillyn Hewson of Lockheed, and Phebe Novakovic of General Dynamics, have all taken over companies that face difficult challenges in hard economic times (Censer & Tankersley, 2013).
Today’s young women now have role models to guide them where many of these successful women did not. As more women become established and successful doing male dominated jobs, the less of a factor gender will play. As long as I live I don’t think I will ever make as much as my male counterparts in whatever job I am in.

Ultimately this will be a self-perpetuating trend, leading to more and more women in roles traditionally dominated by men. Women have been serving in the military for decades however until recently they have been banned from front line combat positions. The first female firefighter was hired in 1974 and today an estimated 40,000 women are serving as firefighters in the United States (International Association of Women, n.d). The leadership labyrinth, as Northouse describes, is the process through which one goes through to overcome barriers, stereotypes, and prejudice. While significant progress has been made in fields such as engineering and law enforcement, much still needs to be achieved.
Few women hold high positions in companies as evidenced by the lack of female CEOs of Forbes 500 corporations. While the focus is on female disparity in jobs, we cannot also ignore that males also do face gender inequality in some jobs as well. Jobs such as teaching and nursing are highly regarded as female gendered jobs, thus males also face the leadership labyrinth in obtaining those positions. In order to bridge the gap, we need to restrict stereotypes and labeling of jobs by gender.

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